By appointment: Visit the brewery, a unique experience!
The visit starts with the tasting of a aperitif beer in our pub. Marc will initiate you into the art of brewing and give you a tour of the brewery. Pictures of the production process will help you understand how the beer is made.
You can get to know the ingredients we use to make our brew.
After the tour, our different beers can be tasted in the tasting room. Lovely local delicacies are served with the beverages.
Groups of max. 12 people can visit the brewery on appointment.
4 to 12 people: € 15 per person
We only accept cash payments and PayConiq.
Marc and Karen welcome you in the cosy tasting room. Apart from Blond, Amber, Dark, the seasonal beer and aperitif beers, other local products are available for tasting:
- Stroobants Coffee from Diest, with Damiaan speculoos biscuits from Den Trommel in Tremelo
- Pure apple juice from Vanhellemont in Meensel-Kiezegem
- Water, sparkling water and homemade lemonades
Other delicacies can be ordered with your beer:
- Lovely cheese from Hoeve de Ploeg in Blauberg
- Metteköu, a type of meatball from De Kapblok in Leuven, which uses malt from Kessel Blond and Amber
Every Saturday we open our tasting room for visitors. From 15:00 to 20:00 you are welcome to discover our beers. At 15:00 and 17:00 you can visit the brewery (guided) (5 €/person this includes 1 consumption) after reservation at "Book your visite" or +32473839463. But always check our calendar to make sure we are opened.
Opening hours tasting room:
Every Saturday from 15:00 to 20:00.
Guided tours at 15:00 and 17:00 (€ 5/pers., including 1 consumption)
For a guided tour at 15h or 17h book on "Book your visit".
A larger group or do you want to be sure of a table send us an email email@example.com or call or text us at +32473839463
Home beer tap
Our home beer tap and glasses are available for parties. Beers come in bottles of 75cl and in kegs of 20l.
Looking for a fun present?
Come and visit us. Our beers and beer glasses are lovely gifts. We also offer gift packaging, baseball caps, t-shirts and brewery aprons.